Microsoft’s Jim Brisimitzis discusses his experience building the Microsoft Startup Program.
Is this the future?
The ability to translate between languages quickly and inexpensively opens vast new possibilities.
The USSD protocol allows you to access hidden features you didn’t know about right from your smartphone’s dialer. But there is some trickiness you’ll need to know about.
Apparently no one really knows.
The Photonic Fence intelligently targets and kills flying pests at a rate of 20 per second, leaving other friendly insects alone.
It’s not for the reasons you think.
Reacting to the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, several high-tech industry leaders have pledged renewed environmental efforts. “Disappointed with today’s decision. Google will keep working hard for a cleaner, more prosperous future for all,” tweeted CEO Sundar Pichai. “We will double our efforts to fight climate change,” tweeted Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.
Eyeing a smartphone or TV from the Chinese electronics giant? Better act quickly, since the company is laying off staff and planning to limit marketing efforts.
Remember February? Data feeds of hotel prices, user activity, photographs, favorited sites and product offers delivered a spinning wheel of death.
There are advantages to to running your server code “in the cloud.”
Landscape architects have developed open-source modeling software that uses the basics of role-playing games to help solve environmental problems.
Susan Bennett didn’t know her voice was being used to personify the digital assistant until Apple introduced it to the public.
The virtual pet key chain is reborn in a smaller form, but staying true to the original.
It’s recognition for building the basics of the modern internet.
If you haven’t secured your data yet, then take the World Backup Day pledge today.
Tech companies need to focus on promoting long overdue personalization and increased symmetry for customers.
The way the world works is changing, which raises both questions and opportunities.
Could your mom explain what you really do at work?